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amarjeet11:01:12

Hey @alex-dixon, when I run the todomvc example. I dont see initial tasks and I can't add a new task. Any ideas where should I look into the codes to fix this? I am sharing the screenshot.

amarjeet14:01:31

"run the todomvc example" means - I created a project using "lein new precept...."

alex-dixon17:01:32

@amarjeet That’s unexpected. I’ve only ever tested it in Chrome and looks like you might be using a different browser. That’s just the first thing that comes to mind that would be different and can’t think of a reason it would matter though

amarjeet17:01:10

oh, let me just test in chrome, i was using firefox

amarjeet17:01:34

yes, its working in chrome

amarjeet17:01:06

yeah, i wasn't expecting this

alex-dixon17:01:49

Thanks for bringing to my attention. I like what Firefox has been doing lately so definitely want it to work

alex-dixon17:01:15

Hoping it’s something UI related…

alex-dixon17:01:17

:slightly_smiling_face:

amarjeet17:01:35

that would be helpful. I was a chrome user, but shifted to firefox quantum lately :slightly_smiling_face:

alex-dixon17:01:15

Right on. I’ve been meaning to try it out more. How’s it been for you overall?

amarjeet17:01:40

I started giving it a serious try today only

amarjeet17:01:49

lets see how it goes

amarjeet17:01:05

oh, you meant firefox?

alex-dixon17:01:19

Yeah hah. Sorry

amarjeet17:01:27

sorry :smile: the quantum update has been great

amarjeet17:01:27

I am njoying it so far - but primarily due to its multi-tab style (compared to chrome's multi-tab style). In terms of performance it seems comparable to chrome. Maybe its also because i use 16gb mac pro

amarjeet17:01:17

But, people using 8gb or 4gb, they have experienced good performance, and they seem happy

alex-dixon17:01:23

Totally. I use the same and didn’t notice much difference in perf but haven’t used it much. I guess could go either way since processor has more cores?

alex-dixon17:01:02

Anyway. Thanks for sharing. I’ve been interested in trying to use web workers to speed things up but haven’t had the time to experiment,. Quantum seems really exciting to me in the parallelization/concurrency space